Two of my favourite underwear brands are Lonely and Baserange. Baserange have a great range of basics, and comfort is the key. They do a whole range of womenswear, the quality is great, it washes well and easy to throw on in the mornings – an essential for me of a morning as a mum.
Lonely underwear is just as comfortable, but with a bit of an edge and lace always makes things feel a bit pretty and special.
Don’t have mother guilt, and treat yourself sometime. A little something just for you.
Today is the launch of Quinn + Fox SS14 Protect My Youth collection. We have a few selected items and it’s all limited, so once it’s gone it’s gone. The collection goes on sale 3pm this afternoon (Friday) our time.
We now have another U.S brand, Goatmilk Kidsware available online. It’s one of the few great organic kids basic ranges around and we are so happy to be a stockist. There are some lovely summer colours in stock and feels so soft against the skin. Perfect for the kids.
The sun is supposed to be out and shining this weekend, hoping it lasts for the whole of Easter hols.
Have a look at American brand Mimobee for simple, comfortable kids wear. They have basics that mix and match, are stylish, and well made in the U.S. The pieces are mainly made from 100% cotton jerseys and fleeces in small batches. Predominantly advertised as clothing for girls aged 4yr-14yrs, but we think many of the items are unisex and cool for boys too.
Broken Tricycle was launched in 2010 by Patricia Murphy. The company is based in Australia and prides itself on the organic cottons they use for their clothes, provided by their farmers. The essentials are modern, with cute illustrations, for ages 0-2years. The brand isn’t stocked in the U.K, but you can buy online.
Popupshop.net is great for organic basics that are totally affordable. Popupshop.net was founded in 2007, with collections for women and kids (0-12yrs). The clothes are great mix and match comfortable basics, for boys and girls that will never date – so stock up. I also love the fact that in their sizing chart they encourage you to buy a size bigger, so the clothes last longer instead of just trying to get you to spend, spend, spend.